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5-07-2010 @ 9:19AM
(This from the perspective of someone who has done close to no raiding in Wrath, but raided somewhat seriously [for a backwater server] in BC, up to Illidari Council [not including Archimonde]).Fel rage on Gurtogg. Absolutely. I had just become the guild's healer lead and this fight was my worst nightmare in several ways, but it was always in the seconds leading up to Fel Rage that I just crossed my fingers, tensed in anticipation of spamhealing the everliving crap out of whoever was going to get it and praying it wasn't going to be me or some clothie. (And then, often, helplessly watching as the Fel Raged person got destroyed and he went to town on the rest of the raid, or, for variety, we pulled Fel Rage off properly but other people dropped from their debuffs).Shade of whatchamacallit on Gorefiend. This had me in cold sweats hoping I wasn't going to get it (yes, I was bad at dealing with the ghosts :< trying to tab through them caused the target to jump back to an already lanced one instead of cycling through them all, and I guess I'm click-impaired somehow- I did fine on the webpage where you can simulate it), or 2-3 other people who were notoriously bad at killing their ghosts were. Fatal attraction on Shahraz. My laptop was being strained by 25-man raiding as it was, with all the beams and glowy crap going on in this encounter, plus then an addon we had the whole raid install that would pop up arrows to help people get away from each other, my screen would freeze up if I got fatal attraction and leave me with few options besides yelling "GET AWAY FROM ME I CAN'T MOVE" into my headset. And that was hoping the fatal attraction'ed trio hadn't gotten thrown into the middle of the raid, because then we were screwed in any case.
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